Campaign Partners

Our partners stand at the forefront of the movement to ensure that women and girls everywhere have access to health, education, economic opportunity, and freedom. Join our partners in their commitment to putting the power of media to work for women and girls in the U.S. and around the world.

Founded in 1945, CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. CARE places special focus on working alongside poor women and girls because, equipped with the proper resources, they have the power to help whole families and entire communities escape poverty. Women and girls are at the heart of CARE's efforts to improve education, health, and economic opportunity. Visit

Centre for Development and Population Activities
Internationally recognized for improving the lives of women and girls in developing countries since 1975, The Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) works through local partnerships to give women tools to improve their lives, families, and communities. CEDPA’s programs increase educational opportunities for girls, ensure access to lifesaving reproductive health and HIV/AIDS information and services, and strengthen good governance and women’s leadership in their nations. With a growing network of more than 5,300 alumni and partners in over 150 countries, many CEDPA alumni have gone on to become top leaders in their nations, including a Kenyan health minister, minister of women’s affairs in Afghanistan, Ugandan vice president, and numerous parliamentarians. Visit

Futures Without Violence
Futures Without Violence works to end violence against women and children around the world, because every person has the right to live free of violence. Instrumental in developing the landmark Violence Against Women Act (first passed by Congress in 1994), and working to pass the International Violence Against Women Act, FWV has been breaking new ground, reaching broad audiences including men and youth, promoting leadership within communities to ensure that violence prevention efforts become self-sustaining, and transforming the way health care providers, police, judges, employers, and others respond to violence. Visit

The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Founded in 2004, The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media is the only organization working within the entertainment community to develop effective solutions to improve media images for girls and reduce gender stereotyping in all aspects of entertainment that targets children. The Institute conducts research, education, and advocacy to engage, and sensitize the entertainment industry and the public about the impact of gender representation in media. Visit

Girl Scouts of the USA
Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts of the USA is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls with 3.3 million girl and adult members worldwide. Girl Scouts is the leading authority on girls' healthy development, and builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. The organization serves girls from every corner of the United States and its territories. Girl Scouts of the USA also serves American girls and their classmates attending American or international schools overseas in 90 countries. Visit

Half the Sky Movement
Half the Sky Movement lays out an urgent agenda on behalf of the world's women—and against the shocking abuses they routinely endure: sex trafficking and forced prostitution; gender-based violence, including honor killings and mass rape; and maternal mortality, which needlessly claims one woman every 90 seconds. A major transmedia initiative that includes a 4-hour television series, a Facebook game, mobile games, a robust website, and educational modules designed specifically for more than 54 partner NGOs, Half the Sky Movement joins a burgeoning worldwide movement that aims to unlock women's power and potential, and transform them into agents of change. Visit

International Museum of Women
IMOW is an innovative online museum that showcases art, stories and ideas to celebrate, inspire and advance the lives of women around the world. IMOW organizes multimedia online exhibitions and temporary physical events and installations, develops toolkits for educators and hosts public programs featuring world-class authors, artists, and political leaders. IMOW gives a voice to women who too often go unheard by providing tools for expression and sparking engagement on behalf of global women’s issues. Visit

International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in more than 40 countries and in 22 U.S. cities, the IRC restores safety, dignity, and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home. Visit

Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art & Voices
Muslima is a global online exhibition from the International Museum of Women (IMOW). Muslima presents a groundbreaking collection of thought pieces and artwork from contemporary Muslim women who are defining their own identities and, in the process, shattering pervasive stereotypes. Explore work from artists, activists, and thought-leaders around the world, representing a broad spectrum of Muslim realities and identities, addressing such topics as power, leadership, appearance, myths, generations, faith and connection. Visit

Points of Light Institute
Points of Light Institute inspires, equips, and mobilizes people to take action that changes the world. The organization has a global focus to redefine volunteerism and civic engagement for the 21st century, helping people use their time, talent, voices, and money to drive community problem solving. We are organized to innovate, incubate, and activate new ideas that help people act upon their power to make a difference. Points of Light Institute operates two dynamic business units that share our mission: the HandsOn Network and the Civic Incubator. Visit

Women for Women International
Women for Women International works with socially excluded women in eight countries where war and conflict have devastated lives and communities. Each woman we serve has her own story – some of loved ones murdered, and others of physical and emotional trauma. Most have endured a struggle for survival. When we enroll women in our one-year program, they learn job skills and receive business training so they can earn a living. They come to understand their rights and how to fight for those rights in their homes, their communities, and their nations, and they become leaders. Visit

Women’s World Banking
Women's World Banking is a leading global network of 39 microfinance providers and banks, working in 27 countries to bring financial products and services to low-income entrepreneurs, especially women. WWB works with these institutions to design financial products and services that fulfill women’s needs while demonstrating the sustainability and social impact of serving women. The network serves over 24 million microentrepreneurs, 82 percent of whom are women. Visit

World Vision
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Recognizing women and girls as critical partners in development, World Vision works to equip, protect, and advocate for women in nearly 100 countries. Our programs help women and girls access health care, recover or protect themselves from exploitation, become educated and literate, access microloans and other economic opportunities, and gain influence in their community to promote positive change. Visit

Content Partners

ITVS is joined by leading public media organizations, independent media outlets, and professional associations in providing content that aims to focus viewers and online participants on the issues and challenges facing women across the country and around the world.

Public Media Organizations

Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
CPB is a private corporation funded by the American people to promote the growth and development of public media in communities throughout America.

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
PBS is a private, nonprofit corporation with more than 350 member stations in all 50 states and a creator of content that educates, informs, and inspires. Each month, PBS invites viewers to experience the worlds of science, history, nature, and public affairs; hear diverse viewpoints; and take front row seats to world-class drama and performances.

American Masters
American Masters is an ongoing series of award-winning primetime specials examining the lives, works, and creative processes of our most outstanding cultural artists on PBS.

FRONTLINE is American public television's flagship public affairs series, featuring credible, thoughtful, award-winning documentaries year-round on PBS.

Global Voices
Global Voices presents U.S. premieres of critically acclaimed international documentaries, offering the unique perspectives of international independent filmmakers. The series also features internationally themed programs by American filmmakers. Global Voices can be seen on the WORLD channel, Sundays at 10 PM (Check local listings).

Independent Lens
Independent Lens is the largest documentary series on television, a showcase of award-winning films featuring diverse, authentic voices unheard on commercial airwaves.

National Center for Media Engagement (NCME)
The National Center for Media Engagement (NCME) is the trusted resource for community engagement for public media that provides the resources, networks and stories that enable public media to discover, understand and address community needs and aspirations. NCME is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is affiliated with the University of Wisconsin-Extension.

National Minority Consortia (NMC)
NMC funds film and media makers, presents works on public television and other venues, exhibits films and videos, and distributes works to schools and libraries. With primary funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the NMC serves as an important component of American public television.

PBS NewsHour
PBS NewsHour is one of the most trusted programs in television, delivering a daily newscast five nights a week on PBS and on podcast.

POV is television's longest-running showcase for independent non-fiction films, premiering 14 to 16 timely, intimate, award-winning titles each year on PBS.

THIRTEEN is one of America's most respected and innovative public media providers and a member of the WNET family of companies.

WGBH is PBS's single largest producer of Web and television content, including the award-winning primetime series NOVA, Masterpiece, and FRONTLINE.

Independent Media Organizations

Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ)
The Alliance of Women Film Journalists, Inc. is an association of professional female movie critics, reporters and feature writers working in print, broadcast and online media. AWFJ focuses on women's perspectives on film, and supports work by and about women – both in front of and behind the cameras.

Public Radio International (PRI)
PRI invites listeners to hear a different voice with content that provides unique perspectives on our interdependent world. Partnering with public media's most talented producers and hosts, PRI offers distinctly global voices on PRI's The World and BBC World Service. We offer singular, diverse voices on The Tavis Smiley Show. We present voices of culture, contemporary American life and artistry on This American Life and Studio 360 from PRI and WNYC. And we provide decidedly fresh takes on WireTap and The Sound of Young America. Public Radio International's mission is to serve audiences as a distinctive content source for information, insights and cultural experiences essential to living in our diverse, interconnected world.

The Story Exchange
The Story Exchange is a global video project empowering women to achieve economic independence through entrepreneurship. By telling the stories of successful women from all walks of life, we encourage others to create a lifestyle of their choosing and uncover their full potential.

Women’s eNews
Women's eNews is an award-winning nonprofit news service, reporting in English and Arabic, covering issues of concern to women and women’s perspectives on public policy. Founded in 2000, Women’s eNews continues to enhance women’s ability to define their own lives and to participate fully in every sector of human endeavor.

The Women's International Perspective is a global source for women's perspectives. The WIP publishes local stories with global significance written by women and not readily covered by mainstream media. The WIP connects readers and writers worldwide through our feature stories, a byline portal, and a community blog.